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Old 8th September 2019, 06:23 AM
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Can anyone share your experience with the International Qualifications Assessment (IQA) time frame. On Website its mentioned 25 working days but for me now its more than these time frame and still its mentioned no progress available with status waiting.

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Usually they take around 30 days. Wait for couple more days.

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Usually they take around 30 days. Wait for couple more days.
Thanks for your info.

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I applied for mine 28th of January and received it on 1 March.

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I applied for mine 28th of January and received it on 1 March.
Thanks for your reply, Can you please share your experience. Did you get the result as per expectation and in which category you applied.

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Thanks for your reply, Can you please share your experience. Did you get the result as per expectation and in which category you applied.

I had a pre assessment done before my EOI which indicated the level I was expecting and then when I had the full assessment done I got the same one. I have a BFA from a private university in the US. My university was on the exceptions list previously but then it seemed like one year all private universities were removed from the list. But because I knew my university was accredited the same as public universities in the US I assumed it would assess the same as a similar degree at a public university using the chart in the Academic Qualifications Table.

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How many points you claimed in EOI.

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[QUOTE=softzine;14948110]How many points you claimed in my degree was asses as level 7 which think was 40 or 50 points

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